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it is investigating all of the allegations and we'll get more on the story from john zarrella. >> reporter: the anti-age clinic was called bay owe genesis, it was run out of this office building in coral gables until about two weeks ago when it shut down. now it's in yet another saga. a report published in the miami new times says this clinic was a pipeline to peds for several players. >> it's clear that bio genesis like a lot of anti-aging clinics was selling a lot of hdh, a number of other drugs that are widely banned in sports. testosterone, anti-by on the lick steroids. the records we've seen indicate that as for the average population, he was providing the same kind of drugs to professional athletes. >> reporter: according to major league baseball, players named in the article have already been disciplined under the league's joint drug program. in a statement major league baseball said, quote, we're in the midst of an active investigation and are gathering and reviewing information. we will refrain from any further comment until this process is complete, end quote. representatives of new york y
, john harwood live with co-founders of campaign to fix the debt. alan simpson and simpson-bowles, we will get the whole thing on spending cuts and more. now, down where it is all taking place today, down on the stock exchange, sue? >> the market is hitting a milestone. dow breaking the 14,000 mark for the first time since '07. er with up to 13,997.30. not to be left behind. s&p 500 hitting levels it hasn't seen since december of '07. up 5% in january of this year alone. its best start since 1997. now this rally, as you know, with the s&p now up 15 points or one full percent comes on the back of the latest jobs report and number of other positive data. steve liesman will have more on that in just a minute. but first, if the markets continue to push higher and we hit new highs, the most important question will be whether or not at this point entering a long ---er with entering a long term multiyear bull market for stocks, like we saw in maybe the 1980s and also 2000. you have been talking to people about this, bob pisani, what are you hearing? >> it is a big debate. let me highlight wh
was a safety for john gagleardi, the winningest coach in college football history. >> i knew we have some trivia. >> actually, many cornerbacks were also chiefs of staff. >> he, as my colleague peter baker said, it's stirred, not shakenment so he is has not taken new people from outside. >> i mean i said a new team but it's almost -- >> it's all the same people, just in different chairs. and a lot of people got promoted, some people like quitener left. but we know o booma by now. he does not like to bring in fwrerb blood. he likes people he trust, he likes people like mcdonough who would throw themselves on a grain aid for them, extremely loyal, trustworthy and they are to the going to leak. so he sticks with those people. and he's been doing since he became president. as for his term, i sort of thing he is in danger through no fault of his own or only halfway of really wasting these which-- few months, precious months of the second term on budget. i think we're going have a bunch of squabbles. the chance of us getting tax reform are mines call. so well he probably find a mediocre fix for
14% in a month. and with more on apple, john fortt, in a minute. but first, seemo moa but first, seemo mo mody. >> we have seen the nasdaq outperform the dow and s&p the past couple of months. but this week the nasdaq underperforming the major ind disies. here are stocks that helped. first, dell, these companies will take over sun shares higher. a big winner in biotech space thanks to positive earnings and as oncology sprays, on a tear this month of 6%. other names that helped, vir tex, biogen, while apple did not give this month, other secretary oors helped keep the nasdaq afloat. >> seema, thank you very much. >>> fortress apple. john fortt has the story on a tough month for the big computer company. what do you say, john? >> tyler, let's take a walk down not so great memory lane. at least if you were apple. it says 2001, but we will say it is 2000. during the dot com bust, apple had its biggest drop in recent memory. down by more than half. that particular month. we will get to this january and say what is special about that. next on this lineup we have, revised guidance in j
about stocks. that run-up is part of the reason our market monitor guest is bullish on stocks. john rogers of ariel investments joins us with his top buys now. and after a week of heavy selling, apple is no longer the world's biggest company, exxon mobil goes back to number one. that and more tonight on "n.b.r." what a week, what a month, what a year. the stock market is on a tear with both the dow and s&p 500 closing at their highest level in five years. some say the gains are seasonal, others point to fundamentals. here's a look at today's numbers. the dow surged 70 points. the blue chip index nearing 14,000 and its record high back in 2007. the nasdaq added 19. and, the s&p gained eight, closing above the important 1,500 mark and advancing for its eighth day in a row. suzanne pratt takes a closer look a what's behind the recent rally in stocks. >> reporter: as months go, january is typically a good one for the stock market. this january, however, is the best investors have seen in years. so far, the dow is up 6%, the s&p 500 has gained more 5% and the nasdaq is up 4.3%. and, if i
and becomes law. >> four democrats joined four republicans including arizona senator john mccain, top g.o.p. advocate for immigration reform for years. influential freshman senator florida of cuban descent. >> i live surrounded by immigrants. my neighbors are immigrants. family are immigrants. married immigrant. i realize how critical immigration system works is for the hair tage and the future. >> the republican party is losing the support of the hispanic citizens. we realize that there are many issues in which we think we are in agreement with the hispanic citizens. but this is a pre-eminent issue with the citizens. >> this contingent first on verifiably securing the border, reducing the visa overstays,er-verify system and ban on illegal ail yeps receiving federal assistance including obamacare. the plan includes guest worker program for lower skilled jobs and green card for immigrants with advanced degrees. harry reid jumped aboard. >> i lo do everything in my power to get a bill across the finish line. >> they would have to pass the background check, pay fine and taxes and stay lega
is bullish on stocks. john rogers of ariel investments joins us with his top buys now. and after a week of heavy selling, apple is no longer the world's biggest company, exxon mobil goes back to number one. that and more tonight on "n.b.r." what a week, what a month, what a year. the stock market is on a tear with both the dow and s&p 500 closing at their highest level in five years. some say the gains are seasonal, others point to fundamentals. here's a look at today's numbers. the dow surged 70 points. the blue chip index nearing 14,000 and its record high back in 2007. the nasdaq added 19. and, the s&p gained eight closing above the important 1,500 mark and advancing for its eighth day in a row. suzanne pratt takes a closer look a what's behind the recent rally in stocks. >> reporter: as months go, january is typically a good one for the stock market. this january, however, is the best investors have seen in years. so far, the dow is up 6%, the s&p 500 has gained more 5% and the nasdaq is up 4.3%. and, if it weren't investors slicing up apple, the nasdaq and s&p 500 would be even bet
loves tech. >> all right, thanks so much, mark. ty, over to you. >> thank you, sue. cnbc.com's john carnie joins us with an exclusive interview with nassim taleb. he likes to call himself the ghost of talos. do you not like to call yourself that? >> that was not me. someone else started that. >> well anyhow, you are no fan of davos. >> let's get to that in a minute. but first, the thesis of anti-fragile. which is not only that you need to be less vulnerable it risk randomness, hiccups in the world, but you need to position yourself, your portfolio, so that you take advantage of that. is that a fair -- is that a fair -- if i got one thing right today, is that fair? >> perfect. you cannot use randomness and disorder and volatility as fuel. you won't make it. >> so how do you do that in today's cop tecntext as an inve? >> first of all, you have -- from being exposed to down side. you need to have a large segment of your portfolio immune from market movement. whatever that is. not cash, inflation hedge cash. or 20%, or whatever you're willing to risk, high number of diversified extremel
>> that should be based off equal opportunity to compete. john: it should be barred government goes well beyond that. will happen when the referee blew the whistle or called the penalty? >> i am not sure that is a foul. [laughter] >> they would form committees. john: hearings, litigation, games go on for years. with instant replay that almost happened the nitpickers said every play must be reviewed to make sure it is fair. why not? that was a disaster it would stop the momentum, during this sunday's super bowl coaches can challenge but there is a limit, no more than six per team and the referees can look at the replay screen for no more than 60 seconds a limit on the search. that works. clear and simple rules than the rest get out of the way to stay out of the game. if government worked that way we would be much better off. that's our show. see you next week. jobs council back in 2011, billing the advisory board of prominent business leaders and economists from around the nation who were to offer prposals to help spur job creation and economic growth. the president only met with his
john kerry was sworn in this afternoon by supreme court justice elena kagan as the next secretary of state. the first time in more than 32 years that a clinton or bush has not been part of the white house a administration. will today's terrorist attack marks the eighth such attack on a u.s. diplomatic facilities since president obama took office in 2009. for more now on this attack, the president's foreign policy, i'm joined by pulitzer prize-winning journalist of fox news contributor, judith miller, fox news middle eastern terrorism analyst. let me begin with you. this attack on -- this sneak attack during the secretary's tenure is kind f an art of vice, but the reality is that we still have enemies who are pursuing their interests, even as we deny the force, the power, and the, if you will, the ubiquity of those forces. >> absolutely. i mean, the denial of the kind of need to continue the war and terror in this administration is really striking. hillary clinton wonders out, says farewell to her troops, takes a swipe at her critics and the chairman of the house foreign affairs co
, is john laforge, ned davis research analyst. john, good to see you. thanks for coming in. appreciate it. >> good to see you, too, david, let's plain. david: let's explain what we mean. july of 2008. the price of brent went up to 145, $147 but it didn't sustain that because we had this huge drop-off. in fact i think we have a chart of the price of brent from 2003 to, all the way up to present. see that run up there right in the middle or towards the beginning of that chart. that is up to that peak in july of 2008. then that huge drop-off where it went back down to $40 a barrel. you're saying that it didn't sustain that period. but we could have a sustained period of over $100 a barrel? >> that's exactly what we're sayings, david. basically if you look back 150 years we're very, very close to the all-time high. the all-time high as of now is 1864. not 164. but 1864. only a few years after oil was discovered in the u.s. t traded around $8 a barrel. if you put that in today's terms you're talking about $115 a barrel. and last year the average price was 113. we're only a couple of dollars of
phone. >> we'll hook you up. >> that would be lovely. >>> welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it's january, 31st. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's get started. the next target is the east coast. the long line of violent and deadly storms moves further east now. tornadoes, strong winds and flooding are all threatening the south. all the way up into new england now. the front has already led to a staggering 400 reports of severe wind, and also 20 tornadoes over two days stretching from texas to pennsylvania. among the hardest-hit spots, georgia, about 60 miles north of atlanta. a news crew for wsb witnessed a dramatic tornado touchdown. >> we could see circulation in the clouds right here. it looks like a tornado right near downtown cartersville at this moment. going towards i-75. again, a tornado. >> some more on what that twister left behind in a moment. so one person died as did a man in tennessee who we now know is 47-year-old vernon hartsell. he was killed when a tree fell on to a shed that he was inside. miguel marquez has more on the devastation and t
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then colorado was more red. and this was when john kerry was on the ballot. so, look, at the end of the day, messing with the way the founding fathers structured the electoral college system could come back to bite you easily. so today in one particular state, i agree with reince priebus in this sense that today we've got a lot of blue states that we're winning, and some of those states were red states previously, and they may go back. and demographics in politics shift. we need to stick with the founding fathers' original concept because that's what is fair. >> is there any state where you're worried this is going to catch on and there is going to be a shift? >> i think it's a bit early to tell, but i can assure you that we are certainly not going to let it go too far down the road without fighting back. >> all right. congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz, thanks for your time tonight on this. >>> now let's go to nina turner. nina, you and i were talking about this in d.c. earlier this week. could this happen in your state? are the wheels in motion in ohio? >> not as of yet, ed. we know t
to pick up cheap stocks. he's john rogers, founder and chief investment officer of ariel investments and its flagship ariel mutual fund has tripled in value since march 2009. john, this is the first time you are our market monitor, so welcome to "nightly business report." let me begin by asking you, here we've got the stock market at these new levels. why do you think this momentum is going to continue? >> well, as we talked to companies all around the country, we continue to hear that, you know, we're only in the fourth or fifth inning of this recovery. we have a long, long way to go. we're going to have earnings and profitability will be higher as we move into 2013 and 2014. there's so much cash around that people can buy back stock and that's going to help earnings. so we're extraordinarily bullish today. >> susie: what about individual investors? as you know well, they have been very fearful of investing in stocks. is it too late for the individual to get in at this point? >> i don't think so. p.e. multiples are stillest. thes & p, around 13 times. i think people have been too ca
these black curtains, david. >> thanks very much. stay tuned for a live interview with john scully, after the blackberry 10 launch. but first -- >> coming up, this can be one rough and tough market. but we have someone here who will help you stay balanced. jim cramer with 6 stocks in 60 seconds when "squawk on the street" returns. >>> time for "six in sixty." six stocks in 60 seconds, give or take a few. mighty ices. >> people didn't think they would approve their super cholesterol drug. they were wrong. >> super cholesterol. buffalo wild wings. >> coming on friday, a lot of people are saying tap it. i think it's interest to start a neutral before the super bowl. the wing day. >> maybe people buying in advance. >> some cloud jitters from bm ware. they said this quarter is going to be good. >> b.e. >> be careful, tactical short. >> we don't talk a lot about this company. $36 billion already paid out. >> a lot of people say this is the takeover play when the ceo retires. a great earnings play. eagleford. >> it's going to take over play too? >> could be. >> i think this company could split.
. ♪ >>> many people think the nra has lots of political influence. joe johns takes a closer look. >> reporter: the nra took center stage on capitol hill and didn't give much ground. >> law-eabiding gun owners will not take action for gun owners nor should they dictate what we lawfully use to protect other families. >> reporter: this makes gun control advocates like dianne feinstein say that it will be an up hill battle. >> the nra is venal. they come after you. they put together large amounts of money to defeat you. >> reporter: but chris murphy of connecticut doesn't buy it and he's on a mission to convince his colleagues. >> we need to wake people up that there's not really a political price to pay at the hands of the nra like there may have been a decade or two ago. >> reporter: in a new report, murphy calls the nra a paper tiger. during the 2012 campaign, the nra targeted senate candidates with a low nra rating, like tim kaine and spent more than $4 million on senate campaigns last year, losing seven out of eight races where they spent over 100,000. the only winner, republican jeff flake
to be the next defense secretary but it could be an uphill battle with an old friend, john mccain, leading the resistance. >>> and here it is, this is the new blackberry 10, soledad. so what makes it so different from this one and with him it make blackberry relevant again? i'll break down all the changes and fun little things for you, soledad. >> thank you. it's thursday, january 31st. "starting point" begins right now. welcome, everybody. lets get right to that press conference that we told you we were expecting out of alabama. i want to throw that up on the screen right now. let's listen in. >> as much as the land that we're standing on right now, people have been good enough to work with us through all this. the law enforcement agencies, the red cross, the salvation army, all the private businesses that's brought in food for the volunteers and the workers and law enforcement, you know, it's just a multiple agencies here and people helping out and stuff like that. you know, just a multitude of people. again, you know, we really don't have a whole lot to add. i mean i hate to tell you th
, former senator john kerry, democrat of massachusetts, will take the oath to become president obama's second secretary of state. i am sitting here, of course, with john king, and gloria borger. john, you have been covering soon to be former secretary of state hillary clinton for more than two decades. do you think, are you convinced that this is truly farewell? >> no. i think this is closing a chapter. i don't think it is the last chapter. the big question is, is the next chapter running for president? many think yes. she said she'll think about that down the road. i take her at her word. she said she wants to feel what it is like to not be tired, wants to spend time with chelsea. i think on this day, we should remember she's the living, breathing example of the ark of women in politics in power. the good, the progress that has been made and sometimes the rough and tumble, when she was first lady of arkansas she wanted to be hillary rodham clinton. she's back at hillary rodham clinton. and a lot of -- >> i don't know if we can show that letter, her resignation let, i hereby resign a
and employment. here to hash it out and what's the truth here, john, moody's chief economist and dan, jane technical strategist director joining me now. i have to start with you, dan, and a couple things here. when we saw friday, the dow was 20 points away friday afternoon from 14,000. we're so close to the mark. a little resistance got in that session. more resistance today. are the bullings -- bulls scared about the economy? >> yeah, i would think they are. consensus now is that we're due for a pull back from the running up too far, too fast. it's possible to take a breather here. looking for a correction between now and the first two weeks of february. i would also just like to point out for the dow and s&p, larger caps, look at what the smaller caps have done, the russ of 2,000, the s&p mid cap, 400, the small cap, 600, these indexes broke out to all time secular highs, brand new highs. very bullish in our opinion, longer term. maybe it's over heated short term, but we like the fact that the small and mid caps are leading the charge against all the other headlines cheryl the short term
and cities that have been devastated by from mass shootings like aurora, colorado. i talked to john edwards of oak creek, wisconsin where a gunman killed six people at a sikh temple. he he felt the president and vice president were truly listening to what he and his colleagues had to say. one thing he specifically asked for help with is the issue of data bases that contain names of those who cannot legally own guns. those who the court has adjudicated as mentally ill. his officers on the street need that info and they can't get it. we are forbidden. if you have a dishonorable discharge you can't carry a firearm. we can't have that information. illegal immigrants are not allowed to carry a firearm. we can't have that information. there is nowhere for us to call. >> also today as part of that meeting, the president publicly called on congress to get busy on the action items he has proposed. shep? >> shepard: there is further talk of what officials can do without congress, right? >> yeah. this latest strategy is a financial one. officials from california to new york and many points in between
republicans say show he is not the right hand it. hagel refused to give senator john mccain and direct statement -- answered. >> please answer the question. were you correct or incorrect when he said that the surge would be the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in this country since vietnam? where you correct or incorrect? yes or no? >> my reference to -- >> answer the question wellesz senator hagel. the question is storywriter wrong? that is a pretty straightforward question. >> the nominee said that referred to his feelings about the war in general and not just the surgeon took heat about his work with 00. hagel was as defeat is anti-american nukes. >> the position of 00, my position that certain individuals, nestle security leaders have talked about including himself, it has never been unilateral disarmament, ever. never. >> hagel backtracked on his comment about the political power of the jewish lobby. >> i should have used another term, and i'm sorry. i regretted. the use of intimidation, i should have used influence. i think that would have been a more appropriate term. >> co
. down better than 5% other two components on the outside. john pretty clean slate for rimm and that they are going to change their name it blackberry as well. >> yes. that will take getting used to. here is the first blackberry 10 phone that's out. pretty sleek device. a lot of tnalyzz, both interus try analyst and stock analyst, positive on what rim rim has come out with so far. we will talk about next steps for them. z-10 arising in some markets. comes to the u.s. in early march. alicia keys has come on with rim, as creative director. we will see with what they add. also, blackberry devices throughout the year. not just this one, a keyboard and also trying to bring in lower priced blackberry 10 devices to expand the market. we will see if they are able to come out with those. big question for me in this and affecting the stock longer term is which consumers will bite. will it be the former core customer in the enterprise? mainstream consumer? we will have to see, sue. >> indeed. that's a good question. >> thank you very much. the question everyone want to know is whether
. joining us the illinois policy institute. you know, john, starting with this aborted effort to raise money. there's a series of red flags, but if people were not stirred over this, what would jar them? >> i think this will have a real impact, charles, and you covered the bond ratings well. those are predictors of not good policy solutions. we had more bad solutions from democrats in control of the state, and what the people viewing us today should worry about is that illinois, like california, is an indicator of what's coming nationally. we're following the exact policies that the federal government is pursuing, and we'll become greece which is dangerous. charles: that was said on more than one occasion as well. what from here? offer more interest in i mean, what do they do? the state is in a real procare yows predictment right now. >> right. not so much the interest rates, but pay a premium, highest interest rate of any state in the country to borrow money, but the bond issue was withdrawn because they were not sure anybody would buy the bonds, which, of course, catastrophic to go forward
, as i said to you and as john said, the reviews have largely been successful. they have been pretty glowing. i've heard people say it's a great device. there are others who are going to say i don't care. it doesn't have samsung written on it or one of these on the back, one of the apple logos and at the end of the day that's all that matters. >> i don't know there aren't that many people. apple and samsung, a lot of purists that want to stay there. i feel at this point it's a little too late. nothing stands out or is really fantastic about this device. people who went to the iphone would think about going back because they may have been frustrated with the keyboard on ios, a really good keyboard on the blackberry 10 but i don't know if it's enough to bring back the masses of people they need to rebuild themselves as a company >> you like it but don't think it's a game-changer? >> absolutely. need to come out with a big blockbuster and what they have is a nice phone, really nice in every regard but not really a standout in any way. michael copeland, what's your take? >> this remains
john kerry took over as secretary of state. they could hear the blast a mile from the scene witnesses said. >> i heard a big explosion while i was driving pt the u.s. embassy. it was really noisy. my car even shook. i got closer to the scene and i saw smoke rising above the building. >> shepard: the explosion powerful enough to shatter windows. turkey's prime minister blames the attack on a doe meigs stick left wing military group that the united states has designated terrorist organization. image of the man who carried out the attack. they say he walked up to a side entrance of the embassy compound and detonated explosives trapped to his body. jennifer griffin with the news from the state department tonight. jennifer, the new secretary of state on day one already dealing with this. >> that's right. and, in fact, this u.s.s. embassy is an embassy that sits very close to the street. and state department officials say it has been slated to be moved for quite some time. in fact, before leaving her post today, secretary clinton acknowledged the attack. >> we live in very complex and even
to john brady at the cme. what reaction did you immediately see? give us the inside scoop, that prism through which you are looking where you said wait a minute this particular reaction is interesting to me. >> liz, earlier in the day, about an hour before the fed came out with their statement, you know, the seven year note was auctioned off right around 1:41 or so, and a bit of a sloppy auction, slightly higher than expected. right on the fed announcement saw that same seven year yield drop immediately to 1.37 1/2 and started to back up a little bit. what you are seeing, the offsets from this, in fixed income land, there are currently two trades, one, move down the credit ladder and try and pick up additional yield or sell volatility. that's the trade that came through immediately after the fed. implied volatility here on exchange and treasury and fixed income products was immediately sold with the idea the fed policy is going to continue at least for the immediate future. liz: we showed the ten year yield at 2.01% there, john brady. if we breach that ceiling and we continue to stay
at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. our own john ford will be covering the event live. he's going to join us in the 7:00 a.m. hour with analysts to talk about the big challenges facing r.i.m. the stock, of course, has rebounded over the last year. but it's seen better days. big questions about whether this device is going to take off or not. there's a number of people around the table who at some level are rooting for this to work. >> didn't have a keyboard, did it? >> i thought the early one didn't. there's a new one -- >> one has a screen. one has a keyboard. i think we'll see both. >> you see the keyboard one, right? >> and both look promising. mixed results. you hear mixed things. if you play with it for a minute or two, it's fantastic. if -- >> that has to go on the year-end reel. play with it for a minute or two it's fantastic. that's got to go on -- can i -- >> this brought to you by andrew ross sorkin. >> some people have said that in t might have been early software. >> those who play with it -- after ten minutes, it gets boring finalli, right? andrew, do both of them have brick bre
department will hold a welcoming ceremony for john kerry. confirmed yesterday by the senate as the next secretary of state. the vote was 94-3 with kerry voting present. he could be sworn in as early as friday but no official date has been set. in the meantime, new word this morning that the governor of massachusetts has selected his former chief of staff, william cowen, to temporarily fill john kerry's seat. >>> and outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton does not see herself getting back into politics. she says she will focus on public service, speaking and writing but did not rule out running for the white house in 2016. she said whatever her decision, she's healthy and has a lot of energy. her last day on the job is friday. >>> santa clara county will focus on healthcare and gun violence this year. board of supervisor's president ken yeager outlined his top priorities during his state of the county address. as far as the affordable healthcare act, he wants to tackle childhood obesity, h.i.v. and consolidating mental health and drug treatment into a behavioral health department. y
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